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Jay-Z Sells Out for the NFL?

On the verge of a new season, the NFL is trying a new corporate self-defense crouch. Its goal is to counteract criticism from the left that the NFL is insensitive to the Black Lives Matter crowd that urged NFL stars to kneel in disrespect of the national anthem. Those protests, which dramatically drove down NFL ratings and game attendance, ...Read more

Jews, Israel and Loyalty

From the Right / Mona Charen /

President Donald Trump has opined that Jewish Americans who vote for Democrats -- as 79% did in the 2018 midterms -- are demonstrating "either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty." At first, he didn't say to whom. An eager Trump explainer, Matt Brooks of the Republican Jewish Coalition, leapt to clarify. The president wasn't accusing ...Read more

The Trump presidency is not just unfolding, it is unraveling

From the Right / Michael Gerson /

WASHINGTON -- Historians studying the Trump presidency will have a prodigious amount of digital material that demands examination but defies explanation. The president's Aug. 21, half-hour, South Lawn press availability deserves to be at the top of that list.

With the whir of a helicopter engine in the background, Donald Trump veered from topic...Read more

Greenland: Trump's MAGA Idea!

From the Right / Patrick Buchanan /

To those of us of who learned our U.S. history from texts in the 1940s and '50s, President Donald Trump's brainstorm of acquiring Greenland fits into a venerable tradition of American expansionism.

The story begins with colonial officer George Washington's march out toward Fort Duquesne in 1754 and crushing defeat and near death at Fort ...Read more

The end of America's 30-year engagement with China?

From the Right / Michael Barone /

Will the demonstrations in Hong Kong come to be seen as the end of a 30-year period, beginning with the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989, of the American-Chinese economic engagement and entanglement christened "Chimerica" by historian Niall Ferguson?

Quite possibly, and without regard to what happens in Hong Kong. President Donald Trump's on-...Read more

Must the show go on?

From the Right / Rich Lowry /

We are in Week 2 of the president of the United States and his communications director of six days feuding on Twitter and cable TV.

The Trump-Scaramucci smackdown has, at times, distracted from the Trump-Denmark fight, which has been eclipsed, in its turn, by the Trump-Omar/Tlaib battle that has morphed into a clash between Donald Trump and ...Read more

Times' "1619 Project" seeks to destroy America as we know it

From the Right / Cal Thomas /

Remember the controversy in 2012 when President Obama said, "If you've got a business, you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen."

In context, the president was trying to make the point that in addition to...Read more

'The Nickel Boys': A searing reminder of what's not unthinkable

From the Right / George Will /

WASHINGTON -- Because of the investigation led by three University of South Florida researchers, and because of exemplary journalism by the Tampa Bay Times, we now have an intensely discomforting but welcome enrichment of American literature. It requires artistry to write beautifully about children suffering at the hands of evil men, and from ...Read more

Mainstream conservatives like me are being red-flagged by Google's PC police

From the Right / Michelle Malkin /

I learned last week from a Silicon Valley whistleblower, who spoke with the intrepid investigative team at Project Veritas, that my namesake news and opinion website is on a Google blacklist.

Thank goodness the Big Tech giant hasn't taken over the newspaper syndication business yet. Twenty years of column writing have allowed me to break news ...Read more

Let's not be in such a hurry to leave El Paso -- it takes time to digest madness

SAN DIEGO -- I'm sorry, but I'm not quite ready to leave El Paso.

The rest of the media can go on ahead without me. In fact, many have already

moved on to other news -- including the tariff standoff with China, and whether

hip-hop mogul Jay-Z should be partnering with the NFL.

Not me. I'm still processing the story of the most savage assault...Read more

Media elites, liberal journalists, only serve themselves

On her weekly Sinclair TV show, "Full Measure," on Aug. 18, former CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson interviewed pollster Scott Rasmussen about journalists' standing in the public square. They're about as trusted as Wikipedia, the website considered so unreliable that school teachers often tell students they can't cite it as a source for ...Read more

Criticism of Israel Is Not Anti-Semitism; Anti-Zionism Is

From the Right / Dennis Prager /

Imagine a group of people who work to destroy Italy because, they claim, Italy's origins are illegitimate. Imagine further that these people maintain that of all the countries in the world, only Italy is illegitimate. And then imagine that these people vigorously deny they are in any way anti-Italian. Would you believe them? Or would you ...Read more

Can the insulter-in-chief can use the same tactics to win a second term?

From the Right / Cal Thomas /

During a December 2015 debate among Republican presidential candidates in Las Vegas, former Florida governor Jeb Bush said to Donald Trump: "You can't insult your way to the presidency."

Never mind.

The question for next year's election is whether the insulter-in-chief ...Read more

Why Trump should stop the reregulation of freight rail

From the Right / Stephen Moore /

Recently, two major railroad operators, CSX and Union Pacific, reported a significant drop in earnings, in part due to declining rail shipments. This was partially due to the impact of ongoing trade disputes. While we generally support a better trade relationship with China (hopefully with fewer tariffs and nontariff barriers), we need to see ...Read more

The slow burn of Congo's Ebola outbreak

From the Right / Michael Gerson /

WASHINGTON -- Meanwhile, in the semitropical vastness of eastern Congo, a killer is loose.

The second largest Ebola outbreak in history has entered its second year. It has taken more than 1,900 lives and shows no signs of abating. Compared with West Africa's outbreak in 2014-2015 that spread like wildfire, this one is more of a slow burn. ...Read more

When, if ever, can we lay this burden down?

From the Right / Patrick Buchanan /

Friday, President Donald Trump met in New Jersey with his national security advisers and envoy Zalmay Khalilzad, who is negotiating with the Taliban to bring about peace, and a U.S. withdrawal from America's longest war.

U.S. troops have been fighting in Afghanistan since 2001, in a war that has cost 2,400 American lives.

Following the meeting...Read more

Throwing America under the bus

From the Right / Rich Lowry /

Beto O'Rourke has taken the measure of America and found it wanting.

"This country, though we would like to think otherwise," he intoned over the weekend, "was founded on racism, has persisted through racism and is racist today."

This is now a mainstream sentiment in the Democratic Party. Bernie Sanders said earlier this year that the United ...Read more

Amash's independence shows voters they don't have to settle for binary choice

From the Right / George Will /

GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan -- It is difficult to discourage and impossible to manage Justin Amash because he, unusual among politicians, does not want much and wants nothing inordinately. He would like to win a sixth term as congressman from this culturally distinctive slice of the Midwest. He does not, however, want it enough to remain in today's ...Read more

Liberal's tyranny of tolerance will not stop until the nuclear family is destroyed

Public schools are reopening for business across America, meaning it's time to get back to reading, writing, arithmetic ... and revolution.

As usual in matters such as these, California is leading the way.

On the first day of classes at Denair Middle School near Modesto, science teacher Luis Davila Alvarado handed out a worksheet from a ...Read more

What Hong Kong means

From the Right / Mona Charen /

The protests in Hong Kong are heartbreaking to witness. I recall the gloom that accompanied the handover of sovereignty ceremony in 1997. Prince Charles was there. So was Tony Blair. Only eight years had passed since the communist Chinese government had mowed down an estimated 10,000 democracy demonstrators in and around Tiananmen Square. And ...Read more


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